Message from the CEO
Cheers to a Healthy Holiday Season
If you’re looking for simple ways to stay healthy and happy this holiday season, then look no further than Greenwich Hospital.
With the holiday season comes the start of the flu season, so talk with your doctor
about getting a flu shot. Greenwich Hospital accepts walk-ins at our Occupational Health
office at 75 Holly Hill Lane. We also have a workplace flu vaccination program
Frequent hand washing can keep you healthy, but make sure to scrub for 20 seconds. Hand hygiene is a critical part of our infection prevention
efforts to provide safe, high-quality care. If you’re visiting Greenwich Hospital, use the alcohol-based hand sanitizers when entering and leaving the hospital.
Are vegetarians healthier than meat eaters? Is the surge in “juicing” good for you? Learn more about the best foods for your wellbeing at a presentation of “More Than Rabbit Food” by a registered dietitian who is also a fitness and health instructor.
is much more likely to be successfully treated if caught early. If you’re a heavy smoker over age 50, consider getting a low-dose CT scan screening through the International Early Lung Cancer Action Program
at Greenwich Hospital. To learn more, join us at “Insights into Lung Cancer.”
is as important as your physical wellbeing. Learn how to identify risk factors and warning signs of mental illness when we present Mental Health First Aid, a nationwide public education program.
Lastly, there’s no better way to experience an emotional lift than by helping others. Look for opportunities to volunteer in your community or join the hundreds of adult and teen volunteers
who serve Greenwich Hospital each year.
Frank A. Corvino
President and Chief Executive Officer